A couple trapped in a cinema are manipulated into becoming unwilling actors in a film being captured by CCTV cameras.
An unprecedented look at the audition, compiled from more than 50 interviews with notable artists including Kristin Chenoweth, Richard Griffiths, Zoe Kazan, Nathan Lane, Chris Messina, Sam Rockwell and Eli Wallach.
Young Scrappy tries to impress a girl by smoking a cigar made out of cabbage, but he only succeeds in accidentally swallowing the cigar and setting her panties on fire.
Rita is named after a famous American movie star whom her late, former actress grandmother once adored. She lives in one of Manila’s oldest districts with her busy mother and entrepreneurial aunt. Years later, she is still the same girl enamoured with television, now also tending to her aunt’s stall selling pirated DVD movies. Elsewhere, there survives footages of a movie done before the war.
Set in the year 1977, two women look to integrate their small town, inspired by the miniseries "Roots" as it hits the airwaves.
An ordinary man is lured by the promise of free doughnuts to a creepy cinema showing a strange film. Top-ten short-listed film in the Sci-Fi-London 48 Hour Film Challenge 2009, and featured on Syfy.co.uk.
While Tom is out of town screening 'Sydney' at film festivals, the real Sydney decides to stay home and destroy the image Tom has of her. Determined to capture some truth or insight into his girlfriend Sydney, Tom decides to film her everyday life. Although Sydney goes along with this, thinking that it's an interesting exercise and mostly humoring Tom, the film screenings that come later start to cause problems between them.
Musty, messenger boy, is assigned to deliver a cook stove to a certain address. In spite of the fact that there is no one home and the house locked up, Musty takes the stove in through the window.
Documentary about British artist Andrew Logan as he attempts to put on the 2009 edition of his Alternative Miss World. The film also presents a history of the contest (which has run eccentrically since 1972) which was set up firstly as an excuse to have a good party, but has grown into a celebration of alternative lifestyles and sexualities. The documentary mixes archive footage, animated inserts, with talking head interviews and a fly-on-the-wall look at the organisation of the 2009 event
Single panning shot of the Grand Harbour, Valletta, Malta.
A concert of the industrial band Ministry, filmed during the famous "The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste" tour with guest artists like Ogre (of Skinny Puppy) and Jello Biafra (of the Dead Kennedys). 1 Breathe 2 The Missing 3 Deity 4 So What 5 Burning Inside 6 Thieves 7 Stigmata 8 Jello Biafra 9 The Land Of Rape And Honey Filmed September 3, 1990 at the Riviera Theater - 4746 N. Racine Avenue, Uptown, Chicago, Illinois, USA
This is a great historical event. Our cameras were stationed in the center of the Esplanade looking toward the Main Approach to the Pan-American Exposition...
An actor and director screen a film and comment on it.
Shot of Venice from the Canal.
Nigel Dennis publishes a scandal magazine. But for each story he writes, he first approaches the person whose scandalous behavior is described (or rather implied, to avoid any libel suit) and says he will suppress the story in return for money. Several of his victims first decide individually to kill him instead of paying, but fail in amusing ways. Then they find that to protect their various secrets they must now join forces for a rather different purpose...
A jealous husband arrives in the office of Hawkshaw, a private detective. The husband is certain that his wife is being unfaithful, and he wants the detective to produce photographic evidence. The detective tails the wife, and thinks he has caught her, but a sudden mishap prevents him from getting a photo. Despite this and further setbacks, the dedicated detective presses on, determined to fulfill his assignment.
It is worthy of note that the film can be watched in a shorter amount of time than it takes to to say the film's title.
Film produced by William K. Dickson’s British Mutoscope and Biograph Company.
British officers (Royal Engineers) supervising repair work on a bridge at Frere, spanning the Blaauw Krantz River, South Africa, during the Boer War.